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Baltimore & Ohio - Rd# 45 - Rel. 9/19

N Scale  Baltimore & Ohio - Rd# 45 This RPO heavyweight passenger car is painted in the two-tone post-war grey scheme and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. This H-10 class car belonged to a five-car series and was built in 1923 by Pullman. Used on trains across the B&O system, these 60’ cars lasted until the late 1960s though many received new paint...

Prod. Code 140 00 091

$34.90

Canadian National - Rd# Gatineau Rel. 06/16

N Scale This 28-1 heavyweight parlor car is painted green with black band and yellow lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Canadian National’s responsibility was to provide interconnecting rail service across some of the most barren and harsh environments.  Besides providing basic accommodations for long cross-continental trips, CN also made available parlor cars that were outfitted with the finest accommodations to attract first class passengers. ..

Prod. Code 143 00 150

$34.90

Canadian National - rd#7806 - rel. 7/15

N Scale Canadian National - rd#7806   This 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is painted green and black with yellow stripes and lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Canadian National’s popular pre-1961 scheme utilized the yellow ‘Canadian National’ on the top name boards above the windows and maple leaf logos on the lower right and left sides of the car.  ..

Prod. Code 148 00 150

$34.90

Canadian National - Rd#8900 - Rel. 11/16

N ScaleThis 70’ heavyweight horse car is green with black roof and yellow lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1921 by Osgoode Bradley in Worcester, Massachusetts, they were then transferred to the CN in 1924 from GTW. They contained 24 horse stalls and three doors per side to allow efficient loading and unloading of horses. ..

Prod. Code 149 00 150

$29.95

Canadian Pacific - Rd#4502 - rel. 08/16

N ScaleThis 70’ heavyweight horse car is maroon with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1920 as part of series 4502-4515, these cars were originally designed and built during the days when horses were still a major mode of transportation. They provided a safe, efficient way to move livestock around the country.  These cars were also fitted with doors at one end of the car to allow for easier loading and unloading making them unique...

Prod. Code 149 00 080

$29.95

CB&Q - rd#178 - rel. 5/16     Contact Dealer

CB&Q - rd#178 - rel. 5/16

N Scale This heavyweight diner car is painted Pullman Green with gold lettering and black roof and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Like other railroads, CB&Q fielded several dining cars to provide meal service on overnight trains. These cars came with a fully staffed kitchen and dining facilities in one car for convenience. ..

Prod. Code 146 00 030

$29.95

Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd#109 Rel. 4/21

N Scale Chesapeake & Ohio -  Rd#109   This RPO heavyweight passenger car is painted in the tri-color scheme and runs on 6-wheel passenger car trucks. Built in the mid-1910s by Pullman, this car was used exclusively in Post Office service. It continued to serve for C&O through the 1960s before being retired...

Prod. Code 140 00 410

$33.90

Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd #604 Rel. 01/21     Contact Dealer

Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd #604 Rel. 01/21

N Scale Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd #604 This 78’ heavyweight paired-window coach car is blue with yellow and grey bands and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. In response to increasing war-time passenger travel, Chesapeake & Ohio purchased a small group of 1910s-era Pullman parlor cars in 1941 to be converted into coaches. This car was rebuilt with 84 seats and two restrooms, and was later painted into the C&O Tri-Color Scheme...

Prod. Code 145 00 410

$33.90

Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd# 307 - Rel. 2/21

N Scale Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd# 307   This 70’ heavyweight baggage car is painted in the tri-color scheme and runs on 6-wheel passenger car trucks. Built in the 1920s, this BE-class car was used on revenue trains through the 1960s. The C&O was founded in 1869 and soon became one of the largest east-coast railroads in the United States...

Prod. Code 147 00 410

$33.90

Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd#968 Fraunces' Tavern - Rel. 9/21

N Scale Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd#968 Fraunces' TavernThis 80’ heavyweight diner is painted in the tri-color scheme and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1925 as number 968, this diner car was later given the name “Fraunce’s Tavern” in commemoration of one of George Washington’s favorite taverns in Virginia. It was was used on interstate C&O trains throughout the system and continued to serve for C&O through the 1960s before being retired...

Prod. Code 146 00 410

$33.90

Chesapeake & Ohio -Rd# 212 - Rel. 3/21

N Scale Chesapeake & Ohio -Rd# 212This 70’ heavyweight horse car is painted in the tri-color scheme and runs on 6-wheel passenger car trucks. Built as a parlor car in 1912 and converted in the early 1940s into a horse express car, they soon found themselves handling more express mail than horses. By the mid-1950s, they were used almost exclusively in mail service...

Prod. Code 149 00 410

$33.90

Chicago Burlington & Quincy-Rd #4500 - Rel. 4/20

N Scale Chicago Burlington & Quincy-Rd #4500 This 78’ heavyweight single-window coach is Pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1916 by American Car & Foundry, this car belonged to class PC-6 in a series of 15 cars. It was used in revenue service until 1966 when it became a MOW bunk car. ..

Prod. Code 160 00 030

$29.95

CNW- Rd#Georgetown University Rel. 8/21

N ScaleCNW- Rd#Georgetown University Rel. 8/21    This 12-1 heavyweight sleeper car is yellow with green band and runs on 6-wheel passenger car trucks. This car was used on trains that were part the Chicago & North Western Railroad system in the 1940s-1950s. Today, C&NW is now part of Union Pacific, exclusively a freight railroad with over 32,000 miles of track, but prior to 1971, C&NW operated numerous passenger trains and services...

Prod. Code 142 00 430

$34.90

Denver & Rio Grande Western -  Rd# Ogden Canon - Rel. 8/20         Contact Dealer

Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd# Ogden Canon - Rel. 8/20

N Scale Denver & Rio Grande Western Rd# Ogden Canon       This heavyweight modernized business car is green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks.  It was used on trains in the heart of the Rockies, such as the famous “Prospector.” D&RGW was formed in 1870 and operated the highest mainline railroad in the United States through the Colorado Rockies at an altitude of 10,240 feet...

Prod. Code 144 00 810

$29.95

Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd #980 Rel. 1/21            Contact Dealer

Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd #980 Rel. 1/21

N Scale Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd #980 This 78’ heavyweight paired-window coach car is Pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 4-wheel passenger car trucks. This car was used on trains in the heart of the Rockies, such as the famous “Prospector.” D&RGW was formed in 1870 and operated the highest mainline railroad in the United States through the Colorado Rockies at an altitude of 10,240 feet...

Prod. Code 145 00 390

$29.95

Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd# 620 - Rel. 01/20

N Scale Denver & Rio Grande WesternThis 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is Pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the 1920s, this car was used by Denver & Rio Grande Western. Denver & Rio Grande Western operated the highest mainline through-route in the United States, cresting at over 10,000 feet in Tennessee Pass, Colorado. D&RGW and Southern Pacific merged in 1988 and the company was later acquired by Union Pacific...

Prod. Code 148 00 390

$29.95

Denver & Rio Grande Western- Rd#632 Rel. 4/21

N Scale Denver & Rio Grande WesternThis RPO heavyweight passenger car is Pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 4-wheel Commonweath trucks. Built by Pullman in 1913, this D&RGW baggage-express car frequently saw service in the Yampa Valley region of Colorado. D&RGW was formed in 1870 and operated the highest mainline railroad in the United States through the Colorado Rockies at an altitude of 10,240 feet...

Prod. Code 140 00 390

$29.95

Erie - Rd #2280 Rel. 7/20

N Scale Erie - Rd #2280  Rel. 7/20      This 78’ heavyweight single-window coach is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel heavyweight passenger trucks. Built in the 1910s, this car was used by Erie Railroad in revenue service until the mid-1960s before being retired. Erie Railroad was founded in 1832 and originally connected New York with New Jersey. Through mergers, it became Erie Lackawanna Railroad in 1960 and grew westward. It was ultimately rolled into Conrail in 1976. ..

Prod. Code 160 00 140

$29.95

Erie RR Baggage Car - Rd# 580 - Rel. 04/15

N Scale   This 70’ express baggage car is painted Pullman Green with Dulux Gold lettering and runs on Commonwealth 6-wheel trucks. Standard Steel Car Company built the C-18 Class Baggage Car for Erie Railroad, which is the prototype for this all new body style. These cars began service in 1928 as part of the 574-597 series. Featuring offset 7’ and 6’ doors, these cars were used in both general baggage service and express service on passenger trains.   ..

Prod. Code 147 00 140

$29.95

Great Northern - Rd #969 Rel. 3/20

N Scale Great Northern - Rd #969       This 78’ heavyweight single-window coach is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the 1920s, this single-window coach car continued to serve until the 1960s before being retired. Established in 1889, Great Northern Railway was the northernmost transcontinental railway in the United States. ..

Prod. Code 160 00 020

$29.95

Great Northern - rd#400 - rel. 6/15

N ScaleThis 70’ baggage car is painted Pullman Green with metallic gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel Commonwealth trucks. This car was used by the Railway Express Agency on the head-end of Great Northern passenger trains to haul express packages. GN 400 was part of a 26 car series (GN 400-425) and was rebuilt from a standard heavyweight passenger car...

Prod. Code 147 00 020

$29.95

Milwaukee Road - Dan Healey Rel. 03/15   Contact Dealer

Milwaukee Road - Dan Healey Rel. 03/15

N Scale   This heavyweight diner car displays the standard orange and maroon scheme common on Milwaukee Road passenger equipment. Dubbed “CM&StP Standard Yellow”, it was also referred to as Persian Orange. As the color intensified over the years the name of Harvest Orange was setteled on after WWII. Maroon trim with gold leaf lettering was used starting in the early 1900’s, being referred to as “CM&StP Standard Red” for years before being named Royal Maroon.   ..

Prod. Code 146 00 120

$30.80

Milwaukee Road - Rd# (N/A) - Rel. 05/17

N ScaleThis 70’ heavyweight horse car is painted orange with maroon band and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the 1920s, this heavyweight all-steel horse car was used to transport valuable livestock between racetracks and training facilities during the 20s and 30s. The Milwaukee Road was a Class I railroad that eventually operated over 10,000 miles of track in the Midwest and Northwest United States from 1847 until 1980...

Prod. Code 149 00 120

$30.80

New Haven - Rd #6818  Rel. 6/20   Contact Dealer

New Haven - Rd #6818 Rel. 6/20

N Scale New Haven - Rd #6818   This 78’ heavyweight single-window coach is black with red band and runs on Commonwealth 4-wheel passenger car trucks. Built in 1929, this smoker car was outfitted with Heywood-Wakefield brown leather seats and belonged to a series of 24 cars. It was painted in the New Haven “New Image” black and red paint scheme in the mid-1950s and the car was used until the late 1960s. ..

Prod. Code 160 00 380

$31.90

New Haven - Rd# 2 - Rel. 1/17

N ScaleThis 3-2 heavyweight observation car is green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built by the Pullman Company in Chicago in 1917 it had the appearance of a conventional observation car, containing an observation room, dining room, and sleeping births. It received air conditioning in May of 1943, and continued to operate across the New Haven network for another decade or more...

Prod. Code 144 00 100

$29.95

New Haven - rd# 3294 - rel. 9/16

N ScaleThis 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is Pullman green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Before the advent of aircraft transporting mail across the country, railroads provided most of the bulk postal deliveries all over their routes.  Mail Baggage cars gave railroads the flexibility to carry both freight and mail to smaller communities when necessary.  ..

Prod. Code 148 00 100

$29.95

New Haven - Rd#3270 - Rel. 11/16

N ScaleThis RPO heavyweight passenger car is green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1914 by the Laconia Car Company, they were equipped to sort and catalogue mail en-route, with mail bag storage racks and sorting tables. While these cars did not have the recognizable wide baggage doors of some RPO’s, they did still have mail slots for public drop-off of mail parcels directly into the car...

Prod. Code 140 00 100

$29.95

New Haven - Rd#3841 - Rel. 04/17

N ScaleThis 70’ heavyweight horse car is painted green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. The New Haven Railroad operated throughout New England until 1968 when it was merged with the Penn Central System...

Prod. Code 149 00 100

$29.95

New York Central - Rd #1948 Rel. 4/20

N Scale New York Central - Rd #1948    This 78’ heavyweight single-window coach is two-tone grey and runs on 4-wheel Commonwealth passenger trucks. Built by Standard Steel Company in the 1910s as coach #2137, this car was renumbered #1948 in 1950. It primarily served the eastern New York State region on the NYC Harlem Division. ..

Prod. Code 160 00 130

$32.90

New York Central - Rd #943 Rel. 11/19

N Scale New York Central - Rd #943  This 78’ heavyweight paired-window coach is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the 1920s by ACF, this coach car continued to serve until the late 1950s or early 1960s before being retired. Established in 1853, New York Central operated nearly 27,000 miles of track throughout the Great Lakes region at the height of its operations. ..

Prod. Code 145 00 110

$29.95

New York Central - Rd# 10820 Rel. 10/19 Contact Dealer

New York Central - Rd# 10820 Rel. 10/19

N Scale New York Central - Rd# 10820 This 12-1 heavyweight sleeper car is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Established in 1853, New York Central operated nearly 27,000 miles of track throughout the Great Lakes region at the height of its operations. The railroad ran many famous passenger trains such as the 20th Central Limited and the Empire State Express...

Prod. Code 142 00 110

$29.95

New York Central - Rd#2825 - rel. 10/18   Contact Dealer

New York Central - Rd#2825 - rel. 10/18

N Scale New York Central - Rd#2825This 78’ heavyweight paired-window coach car is painted in the two-tone post-war gray scheme and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the early 1920s by the Standard Steel Car Company and originally painted in “Pacemaker Green,” these commuter coaches were often seen throughout the NYC system. In 1953 they were rebuilt and equipped with air conditioning, repainted into the NYC two-tone gray paint scheme and served through the late 1960’s...

Prod. Code 145 00 131

$31.80

New York Central - rd#8660 - rel. 1/16

N Scale This 70’ heavyweight horse car was built by American Car and Foundry in 1928 and was painted Pullman green and ran on 6-wheel passenger trucks. These cars allowed railroads to capitalize on the growing racehorse business during the first half of the 20th Century.  The interior had convertible gates to adjust to the size and value of the load and could carry as many as 24 horses safely. Later these cars were used to transport vehicles, theater, and circus props across the country. ..

Prod. Code 149 00 110

$29.95

New York Central - Rd#8661 - Rel. 04/17

N ScaleThis 70’ heavyweight horse car is painted in the two-tone post-war gray scheme and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1928 by ACF as part of series 8440-8669 these cars were used to transport valuable livestock between race tracks and training facilities during the 20s and 30s. The New York Central System served most of the northeast, including New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan among other states...

Prod. Code 149 00 130

$31.80

Norfolk & Western - Rd #1671 Rel. 7/20

N Scale Norfolk & Western - Rd #1671    This 78’ heavyweight single-window coach is maroon with buff lettering and runs on 6-wheel heavyweight passenger car trucks. Built in May 1918 by Bethlehem Steel, this car belonged to a series of 74 cars. It was used by Norfolk & Western in revenue service until 1964 when it was sold to Pennsylvania Railroad. Norfolk & Western was a Class 1 railroad which operated on the east coast from 1838 till 1982. It then combined with Southern Railway to form Norfolk Southern. ..

Prod. Code 160 00 180

$32.90

Northern Pacific - Rd# 1347 - Rel. 12/18

N ScaleNorthern Pacific - Rd# 1347This 12-1 heavyweight sleeper car is two-tone green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. These cars continued to serve NP through the mid-1960s...

Prod. Code 142 00 320

$34.90

Northern Pacific - Rd# 1695- Rel. 3/19 Contact Dealer

Northern Pacific - Rd# 1695- Rel. 3/19

N ScaleThis 80’ heavyweight diner car is two-tone green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. In the early 1950s, Northern Pacific’s North Coast Limited was painted in the classic two-tone green paint scheme developed by Raymond Loewy. These cars continued to serve NP through the mid-1960s...

Prod. Code 146 00 320

$34.90

Northern Pacific - Rd# 633 - Rel. 08/19

N ScaleThis 28-1 heavyweight parlor car is two-tone green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. In the early 1950s, Northern Pacific’s North Coast Limited was painted in the classic two-tone green paint scheme developed by Raymond Loewy. These cars continued to serve NP through the mid-1960s...

Prod. Code 143 00 320

$34.90

Northern Pacific - Rd# 701 - Rel.06/19 Contact Dealer

Northern Pacific - Rd# 701 - Rel.06/19

N ScaleThis 10-1-2 heavyweight sleeper car is two-tone green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks.  Built by the Pullman Car Company in the early 1920s for Northern Pacific as “Chief Arlee,” it was later re-painted in the classic two-tone green paint scheme developed by Raymond Loewy in the 1950s. Even though NP began to replace aging heavyweights with lightweight cars, this car continued to serve NP through the mid-1960s in a standby capacity.  ..

Prod. Code 141 00 320

$34.90

Northern Pacific- Rd# 1447 - Rel. 7/19

N ScaleThis 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is two-tone green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. In the early 1950s, Northern Pacific’s North Coast Limited was painted in the classic two-tone green paint scheme developed by Raymond Loewy. These cars continued to serve NP through the mid-1960s. ..

Prod. Code 148 00 320

$34.90

Southern - Rd #4500 Rel. 6/20

N Scale Southern - Rd #4500This 78’ heavyweight single-window coach is green with metalic lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger cart trucks. Built in 1910s, this car belonged to a series of 15 cars. It was used in revenue service until the mid-1960s when it was placed into excursion service. The Southern Railway was a Class 1 railroad based in the Southeast United States from 1894-1982. ..

Prod. Code 160 00 330

$29.95

Southern - Rd# 277

N ScaleThis 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the 1920s, it served on passenger trains for Southern Railway through the early 1960s before being retired and scrapped...

Prod. Code 148 00 330

$29.95

Southern - Rd# 3162- Rel. 3/19      Contact Dealer

Southern - Rd# 3162- Rel. 3/19

N ScaleThis 80’ heavyweight diner car is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1925 for Southern, this dining car was used in Florida service and on extra trains not adhering to the regularly published schedule. Containing 12 dining tables and a full kitchen, these cars were fully outfitted for luxury dining...

Prod. Code 146 00 330

$29.95

Southern - Rd# Knickerbocker -  Rel. 10/19      Contact Dealer

Southern - Rd# Knickerbocker - Rel. 10/19

N Scale Southern - Rd# Knickerbocker      This 12-1 heavyweight sleeper car is aluminum with black lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the early 1940s, Knickerbocker was originally painted silver, before receiving Pullman green paint in the mid-1940s. In the late 1940s, it was repainted into a “shadow line” scheme to resemble the corrugated body sides of other cars on the roster...

Prod. Code 142 00 335

$31.80

Southern - Rd#4200 -  Rel. 3/21        Contact Dealer

Southern - Rd#4200 - Rel. 3/21

N ScaleSouthern - Rd#4200 This 70’ heavyweight horse car is Pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger car trucks. This car was originally built in 1926 as a horse car, and later repurposed as a baggage car in Railway Express Agency service. Baggage agents preferred working with converted ex. Horse cars because the third door on each side facilitated loading and unloading...

Prod. Code 149 00 330

$29.95

Southern Pacific - Rd# 7225- Rel. 03/18

N Scale Southern Pacific - Rd# 7225This 70’ heavyweight horse car is SP Olive Green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built by Bethlehem Steel in 1927, this Class 70-BH-3 car was in a series of eight, and served across the SP network under this road number until the late 1950s. ..

Prod. Code 149 00 070

$29.95

Southern Pacific - rd#6236 -  rel. 6/15 Contact Dealer

Southern Pacific - rd#6236 - rel. 6/15

N Scale   This 70’ baggage car is painted Olive Green with metallic gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel Commonwealth trucks. This car was used by the Railway Express Agency on the head-end of Southern Pacific passenger trains to haul express packages.   ..

Prod. Code 147 00 070

$29.95

Southern Pacific - SP 140040 12/14 Contact Dealer

Southern Pacific - SP 140040 12/14

N ScaleThis heavyweight diner car is olive green with gold lettering. Originally delivered to the Oregon & California Railroad in 1927, it was renumbered to Southern Pacific Railroad in 1928. In March 1958 the car was retired as a diner, then in July the car was moved to maintenance of way Service as Southern Pacific #MW7068. ..

Prod. Code 146 00 070

$27.95

Southern- Rd#1057 Rel. 4/19                     Contact Dealer

Southern- Rd#1057 Rel. 4/19

N ScaleThis 78’ heavyweight paired-window coach car is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the 1920s and later rebuilt in 1948 at the Hayne and Chattanooga shops air conditioning and reclining seats were added. It served the Southern Railroad through the mid-1960s before being sidelined...

Prod. Code 145 00 330

$29.95

Union Pacific - Rd# 1536 - Rel. 5/21

N Scale Union Pacific - Rd# 1536 - Rel. 5/21  This 3-2 heavyweight observation car is Pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger car trucks. Built in 1924, this car served on Union Pacific trains through the 1940s as a platform for UP officials to examine right-of-ways and conduct company business. Union Pacific was founded in 1862 and was part of the first Transcontinental Railroad in the United States. It continues to operate today as one of the largest Class 1 railroads in North America with over 32,000 miles of track...

Prod. Code 144 00 420

$29.95

Union Pacific - Rd# 1760 - Rel. 8/18

N Union Pacific - Rd# 1760 This 70’ heavyweight horse car is grey with white and black lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built for Union Pacific in 1924, it was repainted into the postwar two-tone grey scheme in 1946. It was used to transport valuable race horses between race tracks and training facilities through the 1950s. ..

Prod. Code 149 00 190

$34.90

Union Pacific - Rd# Newton Hook Rel. 8/21

N ScaleUnion Pacific - Rd# Newton Hook Rel. 8/21      This 12-1 heavyweight sleeper car is Pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger car trucks. This car was used on trains on the Union Pacific Railroad system in the 1940s-1950s. Union Pacific is now exclusively a freight railroad with over 32,000 miles of track, but prior to 1971, UP also operated numerous passenger trains and services...

Prod. Code 142 00 420

$29.95

Union Pacific - Rd# Streator - Rel. 06/21

N Scale Union Pacific - Rd# Streator     This 10-1-2 heavyweight sleeper car is Pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the early 1900s, it served on Union Pacific trains through the 1940s. Union Pacific was founded in 1862 and was part of the first Transcontinental Railroad in the United States. It continues to operate today as one of the largest Class 1 railroads in North America with over 32,000 miles of track...

Prod. Code 141 00 420

$29.95

ACL Heavyweight 5-Pack - Rel. 06/21 Contact Dealer

ACL Heavyweight 5-Pack - Rel. 06/21

N Scale ACL Heavyweight 5-Pack - 2x 10-1-2 Sleepers,  2x 12-1 Sleepers, Single Window Coachpre-ordered in March 2020..

Prod. Code 993 02 080

$149.95

Amtrak Anniversary Single - Rel. 07/21  Contact Dealer

Amtrak Anniversary Single - Rel. 07/21

N Scale Amtrak® Anniversary SingleMSRP $ 31.45Founded in 1971, Amtrak is the largest North American passenger rail network serving more than 500 destinations in 46 states across over 600 miles of track. Amtrak is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2021. In recognition of this  achievement, Micro-Trains’ modernized business car features Amtrak’s first livery, known as Phase I, gracing one side and the current Phase VI livery on the reverse.pre-ordered in March 2021..

Prod. Code 144 00 740

$31.45

Chicago & North Western - Rd#543 - Rel. 9/21 Contact Dealer

Chicago & North Western - Rd#543 - Rel. 9/21

N Scale Chicago & North Western - Rd#543This 80’ heavyweight diner is yellow with green band and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. It was used on trains on the Chicago & North Western Railroad system in the 1940s-1950s. Today, C&NW is now part of Union Pacific, exclusively a freight railroad with over 32,000 miles of track, but prior to 1971, C&NW operated numerous passenger trains and services...

Prod. Code 146 00 430

$34.90

Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd# Pikes Peak   - Rel. 12/20    Contact Dealer

Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd# Pikes Peak - Rel. 12/20

N Scale Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd# Pikes Peak    This 80’ heavyweight diner car is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1925 for Southern, this dining car was used in Florida service and on extra trains not adhering to the regularly published schedule. Containing 12 dining tables and a full kitchen, these cars were fully outfitted for luxury dining...

Prod. Code 146 00 390

$29.95

New Haven - Rd# 5242 Rel. 2/17

N ScaleThis 80’ heavyweight diner car is green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1930 this all-steel diner car seated forty two people in the dining area, and housed a storage area and kitchen at one end. In the 1940s these cars were upgraded with new interiors and trucks...

Prod. Code 146 00 100

$29.95